With an aim to boost its sales and regain market share, Hyundai Motor India will launch 6 all-new models next year. The plan outlines 2 compact SUVs, 2 sedans and a premium hatchback. Details of the new models, however, are still under the wraps.
The South Korean carmaker recently announced the Hyundai Aura subcompact sedan (successor to the Xcent) that will debut next month. Besides launching 6 new models, the company will bring the new-generation Hyundai Creta and Verna facelift early next year.
The brand’s highly-popular Hyundai i20 hatchback will also witness a generation change early next year. The hatchback’s all-new model might debut alongside the next-generation Creta at the 2020 Auto Expo.
Hyundai Venue subcompact SUV, which was touted as India’s first connected car, has been a runaway success for the carmaker. The vehicle crossed 80,000 bookings milestone in just 6 months of its arrival. Encouraged by its success, the company is planning to introduce ‘connected’ features to its future models.
Hyundai’s BlueLink supports 33 connected features using an in-built device powered by an eSIM and cloud-based voice recognition. Out of 33 features, 10 are specifically designed for the Indian market including alert services, location-based services, advance safety and security, remote access and Artifical Intelligence (AI).